Demand for Soft Skills Still Exceeds Supply by up to 45%

With the new soft-skills for business report by Deloitte Access Economics, it highlights that Australia is seeing a variety of factors – digital disruption, globalisation and demographic shifts – which are all shaping Australia’s skill needs.

The report is projecting that soft-skill occupations will account for two-thirds (63%) of all jobs in Australia by 2030. It also analyses the importance of obtaining and measuring soft skills to better understand areas that need to be improved in the Australian workforce and businesses.

What defines soft-skills? These can be referred to as employability, enterprise and transferable skills such as:

Communication Teamwork Problem-solving Emotional Judgement Professional ethics Global Citizenship

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